The Art Walk in Ukiah is back! Please join the following locations in June.
Corner Gallery 201 S State Street UkiahRECLAIMED Art Show at the Corner Gallery (June)Local artists Laura Fogg, Betty Lacy, Margo Frank and Rosie Saxe Morris are working to create a mixed-media art show and interactive environmental event for the month of June. It will be in the front windows of the Corner Gallery in Ukiah. The title of the show is “RECLAIMED.” And it’s planned to create a broader impact than an ordinary art show could possibly have. It will be an event, designed to take a provocative look at the issues of plastic waste in our culture, climate change, and how each of us can be agents of transformation by doing small things that make a difference. All of the art on display is created from cast-off and reclaimed materials, addresses the topic of plastic pollution, or both. From the Artists: “The reasons we are doing this are many: we are all artists, we care deeply about the world we live in, and we all have things to say about both problems and solutions. We want to use our artistic voices to make things happen.” The art show will open on June 4th at the Corner Gallery in Ukiah, and continue through the entire month of June. The gallery is located at 201 S State St and is open 11-5 on Tuesday through Saturday. There WILL be a modified First Friday on June 4th. No wine or appetizers will be served on account of COVID concerns, but we will have music and lots of new art to enjoy throughout the gallery.
Paradigm Shop 312 N School Street Ukiah Paradigm will be participating in the June 4 art walk and we have art by the amazing Josh Bowers, aka Jethro. He is an amazing photographer who also does unique collage come combinations with his photography and vintage findings.
Greater Ukiah Business and Tourism Alliance at the Ukiah Valley Conference Center 200 S School Street UkiahKirsten Gantzel moved from Louisiana to Ukiah, in Mendocino County in 2001. She is a multimedia artist. Having been raised in a community of potters in La Jolla, California, she learned to work with clay in her mothers’ pottery studio at home. The recurring theme in her work is water, swimming and sea life influenced by her childhood by the sea.Kirsten Gantzel studied in Paris and New York. Her work embodies the experiences of living and working in places like Brazil, Denmark, Italy and Kenya. She travels with a sketchbook to record her impressions of everyday life. Kirsten Gantzel expresses the essence of the humanity around her. She works intuitively from memory, guided by impulse and emotion.
Eden Mendocino 110 S School Street UkiahVisit Eden Mendocino to see “Picking up the Pieces” by Amanda Shaw. A compilation of her last two collections ‘Golden’ and ‘Shattered Dreams, renewed Spring’ with a fresh perspective and intuitive twist
Ukiah Valley Networking Agency 104 N School Street Ukiah Mendocino College Arts Programs with outreach specialist Malissa Donegan
If you have questions please call 707-391-3664 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgOr visit our website for more information http://artwalkukiah.org/